Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey discusses the company's involvement with the Conscious Capitalism Institute, the idea that healthy businesses can
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Bentley students discuss how it was Bentley's reputation and semi-suburban location that led them to choose Bentley over schools located in Boston proper.
Special Assistant to the President and Ombudsman Dr.
For the seventh consecutive year, Bentley University is joining MLB.com to sponsor the “Break into the Business of Baseball” program, in which high school students from across America can win a one-month internship at the offices of the Boston Red Sox during summer of 2012. Students will go behind the scenes and learn the ins-and-outs of running a Major League Baseball (MLB) team in areas such as marketing, sales, and corporate relations and partnerships. The program is now accepting submissions for the summer 2012 internship program.
Bentley University is highlighted for its innovative 12 week fitness program, Tour de Bentley Spring Fitness Challenge.
Bentley University Associate Professor of Law Marianne DelPo Kulow was recently named the 2011 Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB), the international organization of professors who teach law in business schools. The award was announced following Kulow’s presentation as one of four finalists at the ALSB annual conference in New Orleans.
Bentley University alum Helen Chiasson is highlighted for her success with the e-magazine Styletti.
Bentley University has named David Perry as Chief Marketing Officer. Perry has more than 20 years of experience in brand management, strategic marketing and communications across a broad spectrum of industries including healthcare, high tech, and consumer packaged goods. He joins Bentley from Seattle Children’s Hospital & Research Institute, where he served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications.
A team of Bentley University students took first place at the College Face-Off: Social Media for Social Good, a Boston-based intercollegiate challenge aimed at developing marketing strategies for non-profit organizations. The competition was held recently at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center in Cambridge as part of FutureM, a week of events and discussions about the future of marketing. Bentley, Emerson College and Harvard University were the three finalists. Other participating schools included Boston College, Boston University, Tufts University and UMass Boston.